Greetings. In academia, there is generally a tension between the 'soft sciences' and the 'hard sciences'. In truth, the two fields benefit each other more than we would like to admit. In recent years through Geology, we have been able to trace back and identify exact happenings from the past. Sometimes historians, anthropologists, and archaeologists … Continue reading History Proved Through Geology
Welcome to our next monthly installment of Digging Deep blog post, where we will round up and finish off everything we discussed in our posts this past week on Facebook! This week we explored castles in the United Kingdom- how were they made, and what were they made of! Let us first start by exploring … Continue reading British Castles: How Were they Made and What were they Made of?
This past week on Facebook we had a theme of rock art that was examined through the more specific case study of the painted Lascaux Caves in Southern France. Since we had such a good response, we thought we would type up a quick blog post to share with our blog readers, and to include … Continue reading Rock Art at Lascaux